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Tony Lewis

Post  singer247 on Sat Nov 02, 2013 2:43 pm

Voice type: Tenor
Significant high notes:
  D5: Nervous Alibi
  C#5: Your Love
  C5: Nervous Alibi, Bangin on my Heart, No Point
  B4: Say it Isn't So, Your Love, All the Love, Everytime You Cry, 61 Seconds
  A#4: Voices of Babylon, Nervous Alibi, Everytime You Cry
  A4: No Point, No Surrender, Bangin on My Heart

Significant low notes:
E3: No Surrender

Hey everyone I know I didn't have much but I wanted to start a thread for tony lewis(lead singer for the outfield). He doesn't appear to have low notes, but hits around high b pretty constantly.  If anyone else knows more about Tony's voice, please post here.


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Re: Tony Lewis

Post  Kewis on Thu Nov 21, 2013 9:44 am

Make sure to use the format the other threads use, in case you're willing to make a thread in the future. Also use  ♯ and ♭ instead of # and b. List the name of the songs from Play Deep that hit B4s instead of just putting "(most songs from Play Deep)", and if he rarely sings low notes, I don't see the problem in including lower 3rd octave notes.
Voice type: Tenor

Significant high notes:
D5 ("Nervous Alibi")
C♯5 ("Your Love")
C5 ("Nervous Alibi", "Bangin On My Heart", "No Point")
B4 ("Say it Isn't So", "Your Love", All The Love", "Everytime You Cry")
B♭4 ("Voices of Babylon", "Nervous Alibi", "Everytime You Cry")
A4 ("No Point", "No Surrender", Bangin on My Heart")

Significant low notes:
*apparently no surrender is a low key for lewis, but the lowest it goes might only be a c♯3 or e3
You can use the systems:

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*Orange marks notes with questionable registers: absolutely no use figuring out these.
*Blue marks probable non-modal notes.
*Red marks extremely bad, unimpressive or unintentional notes.
*Italics mark non-sung notes.

or

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*Purple marks notes in backing vocals or otherwise obscured/muffled in the song mix.
*Italics mark non-melodic notes.

I recommend using the second system.
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Re: Tony Lewis

Post  singer247 on Thu Nov 21, 2013 1:42 pm

@metallipenguin. Ok, will get around to fixing more of the stuff . Also, seemed like even high third octave notes sounded low for him. I'm starting to think this is a guy who almost always used head voice and little or no chest.


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